Re: pre assessment
- Pre-assessment for "older" kids: illustrate the elements and principles or a before drawing. Younger students: draw a house, mountain, animal, person and tree. It really shows you where students are at too.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "fufuyina" <terrylynny@...> wrote:
> Hi All,
> My administrators are looking for some sort of pre assessment in art to be given the first week or two that will show progress "after" they have learned in my class. I was thinking of using an image of a drawing, painting or photorgaph (needs to be black and white so each student can look at one individ)....and asking the student to critique it. What do you think? I did see a few on the web, mostly asking the students which period of art a drawing or painting was from. I will be teaching line, shape...etc etc and would like an image they could apply those vocabulary words to at the end of the trimester. Any suggestions????
> I am open to ANY ideas or a link to a sample.....
> Thanks so much!